Chaotic world order and rising tensions with Beijing push Scott Morrison to overcome fear of ‘negative globalism’ | Australian politics | The Guardian

Parliament House is seen behind an Australian and a Chinese flag in Canberra, Australia, 23 March 2017 (reissued 25 November 2019)

But Morrison went further. He presented his disdain for summitry not only as a personal foible but also as a reflection of his worldview – his belief that international bodies and gatherings should be mistrusted and that they threaten to undercut the nation’s independence and interests. Morrison rejected what he labelled “negative globalism” and warned that Australia must tread warily to avoid being dictated to by an “unaccountable internationalist bureaucracy”.
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